Hours

10am–5pm Monday – Saturday*

12–5pm Sunday


*We’re open late the Third Thursday of each month — with Free admission from 5–8pm.

Admission

Adults: $15

Seniors (65+)/Students/Military (with ID.): $12

Children (6-12): $5

Museum Members/Children (under 6): Free

 

SEE OUR REDUCED ADMISSION PROGRAMS

Getting Here

Address

1801 Dock Street, Tacoma, WA 98402

parking

Underground parking is available on site. Enter on Dock Street, at the Northwest corner, next to the loading dock. Parking rates are $5 for 0–3 hours and $10 for 3+ hours. 

Paid, on-street parking is available but limited. Bus parking is available on Dock Street only.


PLAN YOUR VISIT

 Photo by Ken Emly

Photo by Ken Emly

Individuals and families

With live glassblowing demonstrations and amazing art, there are plenty of ways for all ages to explore glass.

groups and tours

Experience the Museum in a new way with one of our docent-led tours.

 Photo by Matt McDaniel

Photo by Matt McDaniel

private events

Situated on the Thea Foss Waterway, Museum of Glass is an inspiring location for your next important event. 

 

Museum Store

The goal of our Store is to capture the creativity and techniques involved in the glassmaking experience through unique products that are beautiful, fun, and educational. Proceeds from purchases made in the Store support operations of Museum of Glass. 

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Museum Café

Located inside MOG, Choripan by Asado offers an approachable take on Argentine Street Food. Build your own meal by selecting a protein then choosing your style—as a sandwich with chimichurri aioli, in a bowl with braised quinoa, or as a mixed green salad. Coffee and desserts also available. View their menu. 

 
 Photo by Mahesh Thapa

Photo by Mahesh Thapa

Chihuly Bridge of Glass

A partnership between legendary Studio Glass pioneer Dale Chihuly, the City of Tacoma, and Museum of Glass resulted in the Chihuly Bridge of Glass, a 500-foot-long pedestrian overpass that links the Museum to downtown Tacoma and its cultural corridor. Take the stairs up and around the cone before finishing your visit!